Monday, February 27, 2006 Cameron’s Cuban Adventures – Part 1 Current mood: contemplative Entering the Frank Pais Airport in Holguin, Continue reading
A truly prerealist work is one created simply, honestly, and spontaneously with (hopefully) little interference from external stimuli. ‘External stimuli’ Continue reading
Finally the media are reporting a pleasant, family-friendly story rich with socio-political-cultural subtext. You could read a lot into this Continue reading
1) Highly advanced, intelligent being leaves safety of distant home planet 2) Navigates perilous journey, carrying message of peace 3) Continue reading
Preface Evidently, this article dates back to the time when my hair was blue, black and purple and I resembled Continue reading
When several angry passengers in third class get tired of the food, Captain America tries to upgrade them Continue reading
This playlist is dedicated to my fellow cat lovers. In particular, it was inspired by a little, black, furry ball Continue reading
Photography Lesson # 1 – Remember, placing your subject next to canned pasta is the universal method by which Continue reading
Tired of carnival barker Trump? Exhausted by his three-ring circus? Distrustful of the media acrobats and extremist clowns? Then follow Continue reading
Every Thursday at lunch hour, I run a design club for my year 3 and 4 students. During the Continue reading
We live in a democracy, so I’m told. Everyone is entitled to their opinion of Brexit without shame or Continue reading
This surreal horror short explores the following issues related to cell phone technology: personal health, impact of microwave towers on Continue reading
It was later revealed that all security features surrounding the jewels were purchased at IKEA. Oh well, live and learn.
Sorry – typo. Should read: London men only know 8 things about dating.
Smells like Queen spirit.
Eureka! If I buy one and carefully remove the lawnmower, I think it could be used to help people with Continue reading